URUGUAY take on Brazil in a huge World Cup qualifier in Montevideo.
The visitors have a perfect record so far in the South American qualification group, making it three wins from three against Venezeula last time out.
But Uruguay showed their mettle by thrashing Colombia 3-0 away as they returned to form following a shock defeat in Ecuador.
What time does Uruguay vs Brazil kick off?
- This World Cup 2022 qualifier will be held on Tuesday, November 17.
- Kick-off is at 11pm GMT – 8pm local time.
- When the sides last met, Brazil came out on top 1-0 in a 2018 friendly.
What TV channel is Uruguay vs Brazil on and can I live stream it?
- Sadly this game isn't being shown live in the UK.
- But you can follow live updates right here on SunSport with our live blog from 9.30pm.
- Viewers in the US can watch on DirecTV pay-per-view.
What is the team news?
- Uruguay win – 17/10
- Draw – 2/1
- Brazil victory – 7/5
- Both teams to score – 4/5
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
Uruguay got off to an excellent start with a 2-1 win over Chile last month but were beaten 4-2 at Ecuador days later.
They had a really good win 3-0 at Colombia on Friday night and now have their crack at Tite's Samba Boys.
BRAZIL'S QUALY JOURNEY
Brazil beat Bolivia 5-0 in their opener last month before a 4-2 win in Peru to follow up.
Their 1-0 win over Venezuela at the weekend was uninspiring and expect them to have a much tougher time tonight.
They come straight back in the New Year with matches against Colombia and Argentina, so three points tonight would go down a treat.
ON THE CONTINENT
Two other games in action at the moment in South America.
Both have reached half-time, and Ecuador are 4-1 up on Colombia in a surprising scoreline.
Venezuela and Chile are 1-1 at the break.
Also coming up at 11pm is Paraguay vs Bolivia, and Peru vs Argentina rounds out the evening.
We'll get to the other South American games in a sec, but what a night in Europe.
Spain have beaten Germany 6-0! SIX-NIL!
Meanwhile, France beat Sweden 4-2 and Portugal edged Croatia 3-2 with a last-minute Ruben Dias goal.
Good evening everyone, welcome football fans wherever you are to our LIVE coverage of Brazil's latest World Cup qualifier.
The Samba Boys are in Uruguay tonight looking to continue their perfect start to their bid to qualify for Qatar 2022.
Tite's men have won three out of three so far but face possibly their toughest test so far in Montevideo.
Brazil are boosted by ex-Liverpool striker Luis Suarez missing out after testing positive for coronavirus.
And talking of Liverpool forwards, Roberto Firmino scored the only goal in their last outing as they beat Peru 1-0 on Saturday night.
Uruguay, meanwhile, have won two out of three and had an impressive 3-0 win at Colombia in their last outing.
Kick off is in about 90 minutes from now – set for 11pm UK time.
So if you're following along from Europe then go and make yourself a coffee and I'll be back with team news shortly.
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